Wrestling Icon Sting creates an amazing AEW look and signs a new deal

Well-known as wrestling icon sting, Steve Bowden made a surprise appearance at AEW Dynamite last night. Moreover, this is not a one-time event. Sting has signed a new full-time contract with AEW.

Winteris Coming, an episode of AEW Dynamite that aired on December 2, saw a retired 61-year-old wrestler first appearing on TNT and returning to the ring since the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro in March 2001. saw. However, in a press release, AEW, sent after the show, revealed that Sting had retired to join AEW.

“AEW also confirmed tonight that Sting has officially signed a full-time multi-year contract,” the statement said.

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Sting is a former WCW and WWE star and a member of the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame class. He announced his retirement from wrestling when he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in April 2016. 2019 RAW for Ric Flair’s 70th birthday celebration.

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Matt Purslow is ‘s UK news and entertainment writer.


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